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    Hello. Im doing edexcel further maths, and whoever I ask, everyone eithers get 100, 97, 93% etc, nobody ever gets 99 or even 98. I was wondering, in the exam, in you drop 1 mark so 74/75 which is 99%(rounded up) would they give you 100 ums or would it be 99, or 97? Cos Im very likely to forget to put +c in C1
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    nooo i got 99 in C1 and 98 in C3, this was ocr, out of 72, i personally think they did it on purpose :'(
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    The mark isn't a percentage; it depends on the grade boundaries and whatnot. So, for some papers, 74 would be enough for full UMS, but others it wouldn't be (on my board, certainly, it was usually the case that full raw marks were necessary for full UMS in C1).
 
 
 
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